Jason from Monroe writes
Propiconazole 14.3 is not labeled to treat for pythium. Pythium root rot will flourish in wet soil conditions, so if you know there are areas that tend to flood, then it would be best to address the grading and/or soil in those areas for long-term control. Fungicides are best applied preventatively for this disease. Azoxy 2SC Select is one of our most popular choices for this disease.
Answer last updated on: 06/04/2020